TSPSC Group-II Examinations Stayed By High Court

The High Court staying the recruitment process for three works asked the government to file a counter within that time limit

Hyderabad:  Creating hurdles for the recruitment of Group –II posts, the Hyderabad High Court stayed the process for three weeks on Monday. After hearing pleas filed alleging that irregularities took place in the Group –II written examinations, the High Court issued orders to TSPSC not to take up any recruitment process in these three weeks. It also asked the State government to file its counter within three weeks.

The government has issued a notification for 1032 posts last year. Around five lakh 65 thousand candidates appeared for the written test held last November. The controversy started during the written examination time itself.

However, TSPSC which released the results invited around three thousand candidates for the interviews and also started the process of certificate verification of the candidates attending the interviews.

Meanwhile, allegations were levelled that the candidates who used whitener and double bubbled were selected for the interview and a lot of irregularities took place in conducting of Group –II examinations. In this context, the High Court ordered to stop certificate verification and any other process till three weeks.

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